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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Swolf, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    I've got seeds for everything I swear. I'm pretty well waiting for this last cold snap to go away, putting seeds in the ground, and seeing what takes.
    I didn't post a photo of them but I've got 5 pepper plants going as well (2 types)
    The potatoes were rotting when I threw them in the compost- complete accident that I got plants out of them!
  2. Beki

    Beki Good Dog Premium Member

    Pretty cool!
    I would love to grow potatoes, I've heard they're pretty easy, and I think the vines are really pretty.
    Lady year we did I think 6 types of peppers, 3 I know we will be repeating this year. Mainly because they were just better suited to my cooking needs.
    We also did Brussels sprouts last year for the first time, those were really neat to watch grow but , they took up more space than we thought they would.
    Sugar snap peas and Italian green beans will be going in again this year as well as those are always a huge hit.
    As far as the tomates, I think we have it narrowed down to 3-4 that are must haves, again because of my cooking style.
    As a family we have started a group board on pintrest titled ' Franken garden, (shit to plant) , it's sort of helps us to see what has worked and also a place to list things we would like to try.
  3. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    First pea pod
    Some green beans
    The tomato plant has only one giant tomato for some reason
    And I didn't expect the dollar store sunflower seeds to take so I used a bunch... boy was I wrong!
  4. xchairity_casex

    xchairity_casex Good Dog

    I am not sure if I am going to be able to get a garden out this year as I still need to clean and till an area in the yard.
  5. charlieblue

    charlieblue Big Dog

    I bought a house with so many possibilities. I am very interested in gardening, but quite a novice. This is definitely a good thread to learn! I have quite a few cool things already growing, like roses, irises, clematises, tulips, and my favorite the peonies!!! I would love to start some veggies this summer too!
  6. xchairity_casex

    xchairity_casex Good Dog

    Ohh Yey! Congratulations on the new house! I just bought my first house too and want a veggie garden, but not sure if ill have the time this year to get one out.
    What kind of veggies are you looking to grow? Ive grown a few small veggies gardens before when I was younger but always with someones help.

    Good luck with your garden!
  7. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    I'm just showing the sucessful stuff, we've got quite a few things that never grew or died horribly :lol:
    I'm in a rental myself, but all the important regrowing stuff (like the peppers) are in pots.
  8. charlieblue

    charlieblue Big Dog

    Thank you! Congrats to you too! I think I'm going to do a few potted veggies to start out. Maybe some beans and tomatoes. Gonna keep it simple for my first attempt. I have good space one property, but I'd like to build some raised boxes and I don't think that's going to happen this year.

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